The Lantern at Morning Pointe of Lexington

225 Ruccio Way, Lexington, KY, 40503

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August 06, 2014

By Tammy13

I am a friend or relative of a resident

The Lantern opened up three months after I placed my mom in an assisted living. I was told that it was cheaper which is always a plus. It was also closer to where I lived which is much better. I took a little tour and talked to people there. I decided to give it a try and moved my mom in November. From the very beginning, I notice that she is better taken care of. She seems to be cleaner. The staff works more with me because mentally, my mom has no idea who I am. She cannot answer questions appropriately. She needs to be taken to the bathroom more often. She can feed herself though. She's never been one who participates in activities but they do a lot of activities there. However, I don't know if it is the norm in every Lantern facility but everybody needs get out of the wheelchair and sit in a regular chair during meal time. Why can't the wheelchair be wheeled right up the table? Some of the residents are large and are getting to a point where they can't maneuver their legs as well. It is also hard for the workers. On the other hand, I would say that twenty years from now, The Lantern will still be bright and sparkling new in appearance because of the way it is made. The lighting that comes in makes a difference. Overall, I love that my mom is there. I always tell people that it is a great place to be.

July 10, 2014

By Barrie1

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Every single person who worked there, from the executive, to the maintenance and to the nurse, takes time to check and visit with my mother. My mom is in memory care. She is in a good sized room. She has a space as plenty as she needs. It has a large bathroom and a nice closet. It looks out onto a courtyard. My mother said that one of her favorite parts is the food. She loves the fact that she gets dessert twice a day. Their dining room is light, fresh, and clean.

March 19, 2014

By betsysgirl

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mother was recently transferred here. My brother says the difference in care that she had received at her previous residence and the care she receives at The Lantern is like night and day. Mom is happy, responsive and active again. After a visit, my brother can leave Mom feeling confident she is getting quality care. I hope to see her soon; meanwhile I, too, rest easier knowing she's in good hands.

December 02, 2013

By jcoffin

I am a friend or relative of resident

Great staff that works hand and hand with the residents. Any issues or concerns I ever had were addressed immediately. I would absolutely recommend this community!
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About The Lantern at Morning Pointe of Lexington

Conveniently located at 225 Ruccio Way adjacent to Morning Pointe of Lexington Senior Living off of Reynolds Road and near Fayette Mall in Lexington, Kentucky, The Lantern at Morning Pointe of Lexington is a single-level, state-of-the-art Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence specially designed for seniors with dementia and other memory care disorders. The community is 33,000 square feet with 40 apartments designed to enhance orientation.

A secure environment, licensed and professional 24 hour care, assistance with medication, nutritious meals - whatever your loved one needs and whenever they need it, The Lantern at Morning Pointe is here serving the greater Lexington, KY area.

Trained Lantern staff tap into each resident's personality and help them continue to have meaning and purpose during the hardest of times. The Lantern's team of professionals nurture and maintain each resident's individuality, dignity and quality of life through our Meaningful Day program. By investing time and attention in understanding roles, routines, life experiences and interests of each resident, the Lantern staff create an environment that truly enhances the quality of life.

‘Simple C’ is part of the Meaningful Day program. It’s an intuitive touch-screen that promotes memory, engagement, and better communication. Key details of a resident’s life story are uploaded to an individualized touch-screen therapy unit, which then uses pre-recorded voices, music and photos of family members or favorite caregivers to stimulate positive memories and prompt healthy routines, such as participation in mealtimes.

At The Lantern at Morning Pointe, trained staff listen to learn the resident's preferences and needs. Each care plan is tailored to assure dignity and enhance quality of life. Individual care plans are reviewed regularly and when necessary are coordinated with outside medical providers allowing the residents’ ever changing needs to be met today and in the future.

Licensed nurses at The Lantern work closely with the resident’s family and physicians to understand changing medication needs. Our licensed nurses oversee medication management ensuring your loved one takes the correct medication at the right time.

Eating right doesn’t have to be hard. At The Lantern our staff work closely with the residents to understand their preferences and create an ever changing menu that includes seasonal fruits and vegetables. A wide variety of nutritious entrees and always available alternate items create a dining experience that is full of choices. Come see the difference at The Lantern at Morning Pointe!

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